9 Local Firework Shows Celebrating the Fourth of July
Independence Day calls for barbecues and colorful lights.
June 27 to July 4
Known for its epic weeklong celebration of American independence in the former capital of the nation, Philadelphia will again play host to Wawa’s Welcome America. The festival includes events such as Free Museum Day, block parties and multiple fireworks shows.
Center City Philadelphia.
Chester County celebrates Independence Day with a Texas Heat concert, festival food and fireworks in Nottingham County Park.
150 Park Road, Nottingham.
Fourth of July will be a blast at Conshohocken’s Fireworks at Sutcliffe Park. Music, food and drinks will precede fireworks, which start at dark.
800 Colwell Lane, Conshohocken.
Where better to celebrate our nation’s independence than Valley Forge National Park? Join the festivities, which include artillery demonstrations, history-themed games and a cookout.
1400 N. Outer Line Dr., King of Prussia.
Downingtown’s annual Fourth of July celebration, Good Neighbor Day, will include races, live music, and a wife-carrying contest during the day and conclude with fireworks at dusk. Proceeds from all activities go to rescue squads within the school district.
Kerr Park, 1 Park Lane, Downingtown.
Celebrate independence with fireworks and friends at Friendship Field in Phoenixville. Fireworks start at dusk.
203 Fillmore St., Phoenixville.
Looking for the biggest fireworks display on the Main Line? Head to the Narberth Fourth of July Celebration for a carnival, parade, fireworks and plenty more.
Narberth Park, 80 Windsor Ave., Narberth.
Tredyffrin Township hosts an annual Fourth of July event at Wilson Park for locals to enjoy a casual, family-friendly celebration with live music from 7 - 9:15 p.m. Pack some lawn chairs and games for the whole family.
500 Lee Road, Chesterbrook.
Upper Merion is holding an Independence Day carnival featuring rides, food and live music from Mango Men. Fireworks will start at dusk at Heuser Park.
694 West Beidler Road, King of Prussia.